Travel Challenge: Morocco
Friday 14 September 2012
Each week we invite three companies to offer us their best deal for a specific break. Today: a family adventure in Morocco during the October half term, departing Saturday 27 or Sunday 28 October for a week. Each package is priced for two adults and two children and includes accommodation with activities.
Includes easyJet flights from Gatwick on 27 October, transfers and B&B at the Rebali Riads, Sidi Kaouki, with two free activities per guest. "The Rebali Riads offer stacks of activities including a camel safari with a Berber picnic, cookery lessons, surf tuition, yoga and more," says Alisdair Luxmoore (020-7112 0019; fleewinter.com).
Flights extra. Includes a guided "City & Sahara Experience" starting on 27 or 28 October from Marrakech with B&B hotels, some meals, own camel and guide, and a tour in Marrakech. "This unforgettable adventure crosses the Atlas mountains and journeys by camel for a night under the sky," says Simon Wrench (01653 617000; inntravel.co.uk).
Includes Royal Air Maroc flights from Heathrow to Casablanca on 28 October, transfers and a "Camels and Kasbahs" group tour, with hotels, two nights' camping in a Bedouin tent and some meals. "This action-packed itinerary is perfect for adventurers of all ages," says Anna Faulder (0845 564 1494; exodus.co.uk).
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